Small Hole Above The Vagina?
I want to ask .. After all this time for the first time I noticed there was a very small hole above my vagina … Aa that’s okay?
Hi Andi Mariamu,
The small opening above the vagina is the mouth of the urinary tract (external urethral meatus). In women the reproductive tract and urinary tract separate, whereas in men merge into one channel and only one hole in the glans penis.
The outer part of the female genitalia is called the vulva, which consists of:
Labia mayora: the outer skin that covers the genitals Labia minora: the smaller skin on the inner side of the labian mayora Urethral meatus Vagina Clitoris: the part that looks like a small bump on the top of the vulva You can see more fully the anatomical images of the vulva to be able to know how the structure of the vulva normal vulva in women. Variations in size, shape and color can be found in each woman. So normally in a woman's vulva there are two holes namely the urinary hole and the vaginal opening. If the hole you are referring to is different from the anatomical image of the vulva, you should consult with your doctor directly to make sure it is not caused by an abnormal anatomical structure.
If redness arises around the urinary hole, pain during urination, blood in urine, urge to urinate continues, it could be a sign of urinary tract infection. It is better to check directly with the doctor if you find these symptoms. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.